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at your local chevy dealer. >>> 2009 exploded across america like a million points of hope and promise. >> but beyonce had one of the best videos of all time. >> but it soon fizzled down to the same old problems. >> no, we don't have time to do that. >> the economy went from bad to worse. >> there's no doubt that times are still tough. >> jobs ran short. and tempers did, too, and we're going to grind it all out on the mean streets with our panel, actor and author ben stein, comedian margaret cho. talk show host joy behar. jack gray. political analyst, leslie sanchez. l.a. times columnist, joel stein. from the daily beast, tina brown. and mtv's sway callaway. all here to help us unveil "360's all the best, all the worst of 2009." welcome, i'm tom foreman, and if you did not get a little nervous this year, you just weren't paying attention. from economics to politics to pop culture, everything seems to be in flux. sure, the nation signed on for change but by year's end, some were ready to say, keep the change, let's just move on to better times. still, as we start our course into the fut
disadvantageous dark skinned americans. white america americns are lessg to vote for dark skinned americans. >> despite the quote/unquote negro dialect, is there truth to what he said? >> it's stupid. first of all, if you're running for re-election and you have part of your electorate that is black, don't call them negroes. i don't think there's a double standard there. that is stupid. i don't think there's a double standard. i think it's a throwback. i think he misspoke and he's paying the price for it? >> in terms of what peter mentioned in terms of a light-termed bias, does that exist? >> look back in slavery and see that clearly. there have been many, many studies that show there have been, when you look at elected officials, peter has done a lot of research and stuff he writes for the daily beast are about this. elected officials are more likely to be elected who have lighter skin. these are not conversations people don't have. black people talk about this. white people talk about it. don't talk about it together. they talk about it. so i think what harry reid has done is sort of raise
's the big deal there? black men right now in corporate america, there are black men in buildings, media companies, all over the place, where you don't want to be called the angry black man. they changed how they walk, what they wear, they cut their beards. they look certain ways because they know people are going to make a decision based upon how they look and how they sound. if we never, ever talk about this stuff, then we don't realize it exists. so as a black man, look, i'm very sensitive if somebody says, roland, you're an angry guy. i know exactly what that means to somebody else's ears. that could have a negative impact on me in the future. we never talk about it, we never learn from it. >> we're going to have more in a moment. >>> let us know what you think about this debate. join the live chat at ac360.com. about to log on. >>> much more ahead about politics and race and why some are saying harry reid was speaking the truth, as we heard about an ugly reality that studies show even young kids pick up on. i want to show you little bit of something we're going to show you more afte
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was a republican like bush and cheney, woe take america back was the theme of her ad. one thing scott brown did that his campaign think made a big difference, he said, no if he wanted to go back to anything, it was this. >> the billions of dollars this bill will place in the hands of the consumer and our businessmen will have both immediate and permanent benefits to our economy. >> every dollar released from tags says that is spent or invest already help create a new job and a new salary. and these new jobs and new salaries can create other jobs and other salaries. >> one thing, wolf, the republicans say was very important in this campaign, saying i'm not like bush and cheney, i'm like jack kennedy, a democrat you supported many years ago. another key point, they say was the christmas day attempted terrorist attack on the united states. scott brown turned to martha coakley, his democratic opponent and said would you put this man on trial in the federal courts, would you give him a court-appointed lawyer. he stressed that campaign, suggesting she was too soft, excuse me, on terrorism and he cont
powell, of course, maybe the most respected man in america. these voices then get drowned out by sarah palin, dick cheney, and i have to say this, as a political operative, there is nothing the white house wants more than to see sarah palin, dick cheney, discredited people, attacking them. that rallies normal person to their side. if the republicans were wise, they would have more of their thoughtful critics out there like those others that i named. >>> but ron you say it is wrong for this guy to be put into the court system. >> it is wrong. when zacarias moussaoui was brought up in trial in alexandria, virginia, he made a spectacle of the american system of justice. i think the president of the united states has a solemn responsibility to obtain credible information to prevent future tag, giving this young man the rights of the american civil justice system, tens us the opportunity to treat him as an enemy combatant. the supreme courters have held the legality of military tribunals where they don't have to give them due process rights. this is a country, america, that is at war right
to show you. he's a muslim cleric that lives in wryemen and was born in america. he's become an internet tell evangelist preaching murder. there's a possible link between the nigerian and cleric in yemen, but he's believed to have exchanged e-mails with hasan, the alleged ft. hood killer. who is the possible connection between the nye he yearian and this cleric? he's believed to be one of the several internet amans who the alleged christmas bomber may have turned to for spiritual guidance and to justify murder. we'll talk about this connection shortly. first, i want you to walk you through what we know about this alleged bomber and what led him to be on na flight, flight 253 with an explosive device hidden in his underwear. let's begin in what we know. 2005. in a posting online as farouk1986 he praised another radical claire lick. that's according to the "new york times." at the time abdulmutallab was going to school at the university college at london where he was president the islamic society and invited radical speakers to lecture about jihad. we move forward to june of 2008. we now k
and sisters in south america to remember that in 1800, 1804 when haiti became independent there were two independent countries in the in this hemisphere, the united states and haiti. haiti was the country that gave support to all of south america to liberate themselves. today haiti is in a situation of need. i'm asking for solidarity with my country. >> no doubt we will talk to you in the days and weeks ahead. we appreciate your time tonight, and our thoughts and prayers are with you and all the people of haiti right now. we got our first video in of the quake aftermath. this is what it looked like after the quake hit. haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere possibly the least equipped to absorb such a blow. with us from port-au-prince is ian rogers. ian, at this point it's obviously nighttime in port-au-prince. what are you hearing around you and seeing? >> like i said before night we were seeing the devastation that is surrounding where we are at the moment. we're in quite a high-up area within port-au-prince. a lot of buildings have fallen and obviously slid off the mou
back to the sheikh rockman who's the egyptian radical who's been in jail in america for a long time, springing sheikh rockman from prison is one of al qaeda's underlying rationals for its attacking the united states. if you had osama bin laden in an american jail, you would have americaned kidnapped all around the world repeatedly in an effort to get him sprung from jail. people involved in the hunt for bin laden have told me specifically that as early as 2003, they already gamed this out. there is no capture option with bin laden. >> interesting. commander, do you think we've dropped the ball over the last, you know, many years since the "cole" was attacked in 2000? basically dropped the ball in yem in terms of, in yemen, they say we've been warning about the press end of al qaeda for a long time. the government is not control of their borders, yet alone much of their country. have successive american governments not paid enough attention to yemen? >> i don't think we have. if you look at "cole," it's a classic example of the disconnect you get between administrations and national
against scott brown saying he was a republican like bush and cheney, he would take america back with the theme. one thing that scott brown did was he said, no, if he wanted to go back to anything, it was this. >> the billions of dollars this bill will place in the hands of the consumer and in our businessmen will have both immediate and permanent effects to our economy. >> every dollar released from taxation that is spent or invested will help create a new job and a new salary. and niece new jobs and new salaries can create other jobs. >> others say, the republicans very successful in this campaign by saying i'm like jack kennedy. another key point was the christmas day attempted terrorist attack on the united states. scott brown turned to martha coakley his opponent and said you would put this man on trial in the federal courts. you would give him a court eye pointed lawyer. he stressed that saying she was too soft on terrorism. and he continued the attacks in the end. >> would martha mirren diz him and bring him to new york, too? >> saying here that if osama bin laden was capt
are secretly checking email on vacation. that's happening now. america's most dependable 3g network. bringing you the first and only wireless 4g network. right now get a free 3g/4g device for your laptop. sprint. the now network. deaf, hard-of-hearing and people with speech disabilitie. >> we are back with more from the best political team on television. john avalon, our independent. how much was directed at end pen daentsd what are they feeling now? >> this speech was really directed at independents it had two overarching themes, it had the economy and a defined attack on the bitter, predictable partisanship we still see in washington. you saw -- he returned to language explicitly from the '08 campaign, talked about we are one nation, one people, the politicses who tear people down instead of lifting people up. if you look at the folks on economics it wasn't the traditional left approach, right? he began by defending his record as a tax cutter. didn't see that one coming. that is a message for independents. focused on small businesses, again a message for end pen dents, the middle class. thi
headed to america. >> we know that didn't have to happen. in nigeria, november 19th, abdulmutallab's father, this man, goes to the u.s. embassy, warns his son had fallen under the influence of ex-stretremist. warning passed on to washington. the nigerian was put on a watch list but not on the no-fly list. his visa to the united states was not revoked. he was still free to travel to the united states. on the 16th of december travels to ghana, buys a one-way ticket to detroit with cash, boards a flight in amsterdam and on christmas day he sits down in seat 19-a above the fuel tank on northwest delta flight 253 bound for detroit. and that is where the story e s ends. digging deeper now, especially in the yemen connection with national security analyst peter bergen, one of the few westerners who's been face to face with osama bin laden. and nick roberts. the u.s. closed the embassy in yemen. announced today it's going to re-open tomorrow. is it clear how much control or power al qaeda actually has in yemen? >> they've had a growing presence, a growing control, influence over some part
. and haiti was the country that gave support to all of south america to liberate themselves. today, haiti is in the situation of need. i'm asking for solidarity with my country. >> mr. ambassador, no doubt we will be talking to you in the days and weeks ahead. i appreciate your time tonight and our thoughts and prayers are with you and all the people of haiti right now. we're just getting our video in of the quake aftermath. take a look. daylight still hours away in haiti right now. the poorest country in the western hemisphere. possibly the least equipped to deal with such a blow. with us from port-au-prince interesting senior emergency sooufr for the group safe the haurn. at this point, it is obviously night time. what have you seen? >> caller: we were saying that the vegetation surrounding us at the moment, we're in quite a high up area within porta prudence. a lot of buildings have fallen and slid off the mountain side. what we're hearing now is the express and concern and grief of people mixed with cheering. objectly people are being called out of the rubble and fight. so it's quite
fringe is hijacking america." do you think the independents heard what they needed to hear from the president last night? >> independents would have liked to hear that speech a year ago. independents voted for him by eight points in 2008 but started to break with him last spring over the overspending coming out of congress and the stimulus bill. it's been down hill since there and not a group he can alienate. independents are the largest and fastest growing segment of the electorate. old days of play to the base politics is over whether or not washington wants to recognize it or not. >> this talk about freezing spending and cutting back, is it too little too late? i mean, has the image of president obama as somebody who is spending a lot, is that frozen in people's minds, independents' minds? >> you never get a second chance to make a first impression. president obama campaigned on fiscal responsibility, important part how he was able to connect with independents who are overall fiscally conservative. you know, the big spending ended up driving a real wedge. he has a lot of trus
you. anwar al awlaki. imam, muslim cleric. he lives in yemen but was born in america. he's become an internet islamic televang lift, preaching violent jihad, preaching nurd. take a close-up look at him. not only is there a possible link between the nigerian and cleric in yemen, but this cleric is believed to have exchanged e-mails with major nidal malik hasan. what's the possible connection between the nigerian and this cleric? he's believed to be one of several internet imams who the alleged christmas bomber may have turned to for spiritual guidance and justify murder. we're going to talk about the clerical connection shortly. i want to walk you through what we know about this alleged bomber and what may have led him to being on flight 253 with an explosive device hidden in his underware. 2005, in a posting online as farouk 1986 the nigerian man praised another cleric. at the time abdulmutallab was going to school at the university college of london where he was president at the school's islamic society and invited radical speakers to lecture about jihad. we move forward to june
one issue. personal liberty. to me that was what america was all about. constitution, limited government, property rights. that's where our prosperity comes from. it's a great philosophy and there's such a need now to go back to the beliefs that we once had. that, to me, means you have to change foreign policy and have to change the concept of personal liberty in the free market. that's what i work on and i do it in the party and out of the party and education. ultimately i have a lot more respect for education than i do for the politicians. politicians really don't change the world. it's only the ideas that change the world. that's what i work in mostly. >> i've asked a lot of potential candidates that question about whether they're going to run again and they always have a cutsie answer. you had the most honest answer. i haven't said no. you're thinking about it but haven't made up your mind. congressman paul, appreciate you being on the program. thank you. >> thank you, good to be with you. >>> monday we're going to take a look inside the battle for the white house. a new b
. when you have large numbers of citizens in the united states of america who believe this is going in the wrong direction, there's a limit to which you can keep saying, okay, they just don't get it. if we just pass a bill, they'll get it. i don't know. i mean, i think that we should maybe internalize that we're not doing things entirely correctly. >> reporter: you hear again, one of the most liberal house members saying we need to internalize this. i can tell you, that is for sure what some of the more endangered house members who are looking ahead ten months from now to the election in november are saying, i'm already in trouble, because they are representing very red districts. they're already saying that, because they're hearing it from their constituents back home. one quick footnote. one thing that we are starting to hear from some of the rank and file democrats is maybe we throw out this big health care bill and just try to pass some of the things that we all really agree on. unclear if that can happen. unclear if any of this will happen. but that is something that is startin
, is his name. he wants his family in america and his brother in iraq to know he's doing okay. we're doing what we can to make sure these messages get across. others had to be dug out of the rubble today including a 2-year-old boy pulled to safety tonight by spanish rescuers, from the wreckage of his home not far from here. remarkable photos of a very welcome moment for a little boy and his dad as well. did all of this, though, have to happen? on this kind of scale? there's no doubt this is a natural disaster. there are many, many people who believe it has been compounded by generations, years of corruption that plagued this nation, corruption that contributed to the shoddy construction of homes and buildings now reduced to a rubble. keeping them honest. joe johns is taking a closer look. joe joins us from washington. what have you found, joe? >> talking about a money pit here. money going to haiti, after all, yeah, it's the poorest country in the western hemisphere. 50% of the people can't read and the infrastructure's in shambles. look at the construction. all the buildings that have col
situation. what people need and what they're getting so far. go back to sleep america. the oil crisis is over. i don't think so. our economy is bleeding billions for foreign oil... importing nearly 70% - much of it from countries that don't like us. that's billions we should use to create american jobs. we have plenty of american natural gas, to power our trucks and bus fleets. it's cheaper, cleaner, abundant, and it's ours. we've had our wake up call. it's time to act. $$$$$$$$ >>> i want my family to know i'm okay in port-au-prince. you know, i'm very lucky. >> i'm okay. >> so many people come up to us and say, please tell my mother, tell my wife i'm alive. tell my kids in the united states i'm alive. we're going to play as many of the messages as we can over the next couple days and put them online for you as well to keep people in touch. there is a massive amount of supplies and people on the way here. so much so that my understanding is charter flights were canceled because there's kind of a bottleneck at the airport. a lot of problems, the port here is damaged, of course.
. >> deiji celestino. >>> up next an orphanage fighting tough odds and a couple in america trying to find out the news of one of their kids at that orphanage. their story ahead. [ male announcer ] welcome to the now network, population 49 million. right now 1.2 million people are on sprint mobile broadband. 31 are streaming a sales conference from the road. 154 are tracking shipments on a train. 33 are iming on a ferry. and 1300 are secretly checking email on vacation. that's happening now. america's most dependable 3g network. bringing you the first and only wireless 4g network. right now get a free 3g/4g device for your laptop. sprint. the now network. deaf, hard-of-hearing and people with speech disabilitie. right now get a free 3g/4g device for your laptop. hi, ellen! hi, ellen! hi, ellen! hi, ellen! we're going on a field trip to china! wow. [ chuckles ] when i was a kid, we -- we would just go to the -- the farm. [ cow moos ] [ laughter ] no, seriously, where are you guys going? ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao!
children from the orphanage were approved to move to america and start new lives. i got to say good-bye to jenna at the port-au-prince airport. before she and the others boarded an air force c-17 for a trip to florida. their new parents would meet them there. >> jenna. hi, guys. this is jenna. >> reporter: jenna and her mom would no longer be separated. thursday night mother and daughter flew to denver where jenna made her grand entrance into her own bedroom. how does elizabeth feel? >> i can exhale and get used to it and start her little routine. >> reporter: as for the second coincidence, while at the orphanage a couple from kansas reached out to producers at "a.c. 360" in new york and told them they were looking for information about the boy they were adopting. they called us and we found him. >> this is alexander. >> how's he doing? >> doing good. >> i guess i have mixed emotions. i'm incredibly happy to see him. and i'm also terribly worried. >> reporter: two nights after that alexander and 53 other children from the orphanage were driven to the u.s. embassy. they did not all h
of america who believe this is going in the wrong direction. there's a he limit to say they don't get it. if we just pass a bill, they'll get it. i don't know no, no. i think we should bernlized we're not doing things entirary correctly. >> that is something we hear from a lot of democrats on capitol hill tonight, wolf. one of the things that we're hearing from some rank and file members is maybe they should scrap this big health care believe and do some of the corporationish autos like banning things and things like that that everyone agree on. you mentioned that senator jim web issued a powerful statement tonight saying there should be no health care votes before scott unbruin has seed. they already knew that no matter what the outcome in massachusetts, voter anger about the way things have been wshging in washington they could not deal with and had to answer no matter what happened in sbesz. >> let's bring in the pant, joe johns, glory, and paul, you know a lot of folks over at the white house. you lived through this one before in '39-94 when hillary capps karps classed. >> it's i sai
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that's going to destroy america. >> cnn political contributor and former republican strategist ed rowlands is with us with the raw politics. you watched this. and winners, losers? >> the president is a winner. you know -- >> clearly a winner. >> i think to a certain extent he came in and dominated the republican show. this is our meetings we were supposed to have to lay out our strategy and i think to a certain extent, you know, he plays it so well. the good news is i hope everyone there realizes he is a very formidable candidate. and the fact that we have gotten a little overconfident over our victories of late we have to go out and win them. he's going to be a very -- he's not going to go away. he's going to articulate his message and we have to make sure we're putting the microscope on that and making sure the country knows what we believe in. and why we believe in it. >> was the mistake the invitation or the cameras or a little bit of both? >> i would not have made the invitation. it's too close to the state of the union. this was an important meeting for republicans to get be
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on a ferry. and 1300 are secretly checking email on vacation. that's happening now. america's most dependable 3g network. bringing you the first and only wireless 4g network. right now get a free 3g/4g device for your laptop. sprint. the now network. deaf, hard-of-hearing and people with speech disabilitie. >>> we're devoting a lot of air time to the stimulus project. our network-wide investigation on how your money is spent. today the congressional budget office revised the price tag to $862 billion. that's $75 billion more because of increased spending on food stamps and unemployment benefits, but the number we focus on is $275 billion. that's what washington is spending on projects it says will create jobs. what exactly are they buying? where are these jobs? ali velshi joins me. >> i'm surrounded by ten binders containing the details on 57,000 projects that the government is funding. it would be funny if it weren't so serious. these 57,000 projects are detailed in here but not so much detail we don't have to make phone calls. this stimulus desk here is staffed with people making phone call
, this is the haitian police we're talking about. they have one of the worst records in all of latin america if not the world, and that's not just lirngnked to this current government but almost all previous governments we can talk about. >> there was a big attempt in the late he '90s -- i came down with the new york sti police department one time, with the u.s. military retraining haitian police. they were trying to bring them up to international standards. i'm not sure how that actually really ever played out. >> again, another part of this story. it's not that the aid is failing in haiti, but a lot of people with great intentions are here but it hasn't worked. because of all the aid here, the hospital never really worked here and the orphanages aren't great either. >> billions of dollars have been poured into haiti over many, many years. the people who rule the place have nice country homes in the south of france and the old dictator and i remember he was hire the night he was flown out of the airport, he has a house in panama. how some little general can afford a house in panama is an in
. that's happening now. america's most dependable 3g network. bringing you the first and only wireless 4g network. right now get a free 3g/4g device for your laptop. sprint. the now network. deaf, hard-of-hearing and people with speech disabilitie. >>> i'm joined by dr. sanjay gupta. you arrived this morning. have you ever seen anything like this out there? >> no, what is interesting, typically in the disasters, we come a couple days after even. this is the earliest i have seen things transpire. still having bodies in the streets, for example, just an astonishing thing to see. i think what's been so striking, i don't see a real plan as to how to get those bodies out now. we travel the streets, the streets are so crowded. so, i have never seen anything quite like this and i don't -- from a medical standpoint, not real sure what the plan is here. >> and there needs to be some sort of coordinated, orchestrated overall plan that is obviously one of the problems when you are operating a country like haiti, which has had a long history of a weak central government, which really hasn't had much
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never been more hopeful about america's future than i am tonight. >> at the dawn of a new decade, double-digit unemployment and ballooning deficits, president obama saying the state of our union is strong and that he still has hope. critics this morning are saying it sounded a lot like an old campaign speech, and so we'll be breaking it all down the morning after. welcome. it's thursday january 28th. glad you're with us on this "american morning." i'm kiran chetry. >> i'm john roberts. here are the big stories we'll be telling you about, president obama saying that jobs are job one for him. the president devoting two-thirds of his state of
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